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United Airlines Hemispheres Magazine Cover Story

United Airlines Hemispheres Magazine Cover Story

Jessica Peterson, is the writer and photographer of United Airlines Hemispheres Magazine cover story in February 2015.

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Global Girl Travels

Global Girl Travels

Global Girl Travels is a point of inspiration to plan travel to Asia, Oceania, and Micronesia. Through vivid stories and photographs, journalist and photographer Jessica Peterson introduces lesser-known destinations while sharing travel tips to save time and money. Concept, logo design, web design, writing, photography, social media, marketing, advertising, video  

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Reporting: Businesswoman of the Year

Reporting: Businesswoman of the Year

By Jessica Peterson Published May 2011 in Guam Business Magazine When Joyce Q. Crisostomo speaks of Guam’s matrilineal culture, one gets the sense that she’s a proud torchbearer of the kind of values communicated subtly from generation to generation. She has a motherly tenor without being imperious. She is profound without the stuffiness; light-hearted without […]

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Travel: Singapore

Travel: Singapore

      Published February 2012 in R&R Pacific Download PDF of article.

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Reporting: A Bad Business

Reporting: A Bad Business

By Jessica Peterson Published March 2011 in Guam Business Magazine It was a shocking case, but not a rare one. The orphans were found chained to a wall and had not eaten for days. Their meager water supply was exhausted within hours. When the adoptive parents could remember to, they would throw food scraps at […]

Travel: Palau

Travel: Palau

Published August 2011 in R&R Pacific Download PDF of article

Music: Bjork

Music: Bjork

Bjork Vespertine (Elektra) By Jessica Parker Published September 27, 2001 in Dallas Observer By all accounts Björk’s albums should be commercial disasters. Her lyrics make little sense to the outside world, and she’s known to invite listeners into the depths of her mind. (She also doesn’t care one bit about the repercussions of dressing like a swan, but […]

Music: Eddi Reader

Music: Eddi Reader

Folk Implosion On her latest album, Eddi Reader stays true to her Simple Soul By Jessica Parker Published March 01, 2001 in Dallas Observer Songs with meaning were once an occupational requisite for anyone taking the stage; now, they’re restricted to the catalogs of “serious” musicians. Thoughtful storytelling has been eliminated from pop music, and until […]

Music: Grandaddy

Music: Grandaddy

Radio Who? Hailed as a successor to Radiohead, Grandaddy makes great music while looking to the good old days By Jessica Parker Published August 16, 2000 in Dallas Observer Ninety miles or so east of San Francisco, the jarring sight of twin smokestacks erupts from the Northern California scenery, interrupting the placid backdrop of vineyards, […]

Music: Radiohead

Music: Radiohead

Radiohead Kid A (Capitol Records) By Jessica Parker Published October 12, 2000 in Dallas Observer What does the music wrenched from the reluctant psyche of a tortured man sound like? Kid A. With more audience anticipation than the birth of a nation, Radiohead has released Kid A, the fourth album from the media-defined Most Important Band in Rock. […]